Nature is amazing and always in control. In the midst of today’s global life change around the Coronavirus outbreak, I remember that there is truly much beauty in the world.
Some of nature’s most beautiful animals are birds. It may not feel like spring time right now. But birds can bring beauty, color and song into your life.
Continue reading “Pet Bird Adoption Tips 🦜”
March is here and spring is in the air! We’re moving into Daylight Saving Time, looking forward to longer sunny days, and spending time with our furry family members outside.
All month long learn how to keep your pets safe from poison around the house, and celebrate a very special day, K-9 Veterans Day on March 13.
Continue reading “March Pet Awareness Days 🗓️”
February is a month right in the heart of winter. This month we’re celebrating how to train your dog, dental health for pets, and responsible pet ownership.
The biggest highlight of the month is the Westminster Kennel Club Annual Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The shows runs from February 10 and 11.
Another cool thing about the annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show is that each breed has an associated rescue group. Be there in person if you can, but the event will also be televised.
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Here’s some help for dog moms and dads who have a doggy that barks too much…
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As any cat parent knows, cats can be stubborn. Cats generally have five types of personalities.
Cats can be dominant and take over resources like toys or food. They can also be insecure, shy or skittish. Other cats are social butterflies and easy going. Some cats are spontaneous and respond differently in any situation. Finally, cats can be curious or nosy.
Whatever type of personality, your cat communicates in her own way. She sends a message when she leaves you a clue outside the litter box.
Continue reading “When Kitty Stops Using the Litter Box 🐱”
Welcome to 2020! January is a time for fresh starts and new beginnings. It’s a month to walk your dog, change a pet’s life and rescue a bird.
All month long you can train your pet and celebrate a special anniversary for Seeing Eye Guide Dogs on January 29.
A list of January animal awareness days include:
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I bet lots of cat moms and dads know this story:
Continue reading “Is Your Cat Psychic? Try This Fun Experiment! 🐱”
- You are sitting on the couch and your cat is sitting on the floor nearby.
- Kitty is looking at you like she wants to jump up on the couch to join you.
- You tap on the sofa to encourage her to jump up, and say “C’mon kitty! Jump!”
- Your cat looks at you and just sits there.
- You give up.
- Two minutes later, your kitty jumps up onto the couch.
Halloween can be a fun time of the year! Pet parents love to dress up their furry friends in costumes of all kinds.
Your pets may want to wear outfits, but pet parents should be aware of some Halloween hazards…
Continue reading “Halloween Pet Safety 🎃”
Dogs love the great outdoors! Pet parents and their furry pets can now enjoy the outdoors safely together. Try a doggy campground designed for canines and their human caregivers.
You won’t find a description of a doggy campground in Wikipedia, but these safe doggy spaces are popping up around the country.
Continue reading “Holiday Fun: Doggy Campgrounds 🏕️”
I’m excited to see a growing awareness and appreciation for special needs pets! This pets-are-family awakening means that many cats and dogs, who were once considered unadoptable, are getting a second chance.
Rescue animals who are too old, too sick, too shy, too small or have behavior challenges, are now getting the help they need.
Thankfully, many of these wonderful animals are no longer automatically euthanized.
Continue reading “Active Lives for Special Needs Pets 😎”